“In the 1970s, Ponte was the place to live in Johannesburg, which people here called the New York City of Africa. It was on the edge of Hillbrow, a bustling, cosmopolitan neighbourhood of artists and intellectuals, where cafes and bookshops stayed open late and where, even under the tight rule of apartheid, interracial mixing was common.” – Stephen Hanes, Christian Science Monitor, 2008.
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